She had seen the unspeakable. She would learn the unknowable. Now, she would fight the invincible. In the third and final installment of the Providence series, Nina Grey will marry the wrong man, carry the child that was never supposed to be born, and fight a war she can't win. Faced with the... show more
She had seen the unspeakable. She would learn the unknowable. Now, she would fight the invincible. In the third and final installment of the Providence series, Nina Grey will marry the wrong man, carry the child that was never supposed to be born, and fight a war she can't win. Faced with the impossible task of protecting his new wife and unborn child against the throes of Hell, Jared Ryel is allowed no mistakes. Pressured to return the Naissance de Demoniac to Jerusalem, he revisits St. Ann's to learn the answers were in front of him all along. Together, they must survive long enough to let their child save them - and the world.
Publish date: April 3rd 2012
Pages no: 276
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Paranormal Romance
, New Adult
Series: Providence (#3)
Oops forgot to put this one up after I read it. Had a love/hate relationship with this book. As with the others in the series, I thought the plot elements were interesting and made it worth reading but the main couple was awful. I left the book thinking this series would have been much better if ...
I am so sad this series is over. It was so great. I want to see more from Eden and the abilities she will have.Bex, I want more Bex! I would also like to see more from Ryan and Claire.Like I said, I am just bummed this series is over.
All I can say is I am sorry my journey is complete with this last book. Wow what a series and I can't recommend this book and Providence and Requiem enough to any one.
I read all 3 books of this trilogy back to back and I'm glad I did. It's very clear the role each book plays in the overall story.Book 1 is the love story and draws you in to fall in love with Nina and Jared (esp. Jared)Book 2 sets up the supporting characters, allows you to get used to a darker th...
As far as I’m concerned, this was the best out of all three books from this series. Yeah, it wasn’t original, wasn’t the best piece of work I’ve read, but it was definitely better than the two previous ones. It was a really quick read and it felt like the pages were flying while I was reading. The p...